Scarborough: Trump’s Not Using a ‘Dog Whistle,’ But ‘Fog Horns’ to Attract Racists, Anti-Semites

‘He wants the white nationalists to know that he’s on their side and every time he has an opportunity to criticize, he always backs away’

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SCARBOROUGH: “Eddie, no dog whistles here with Donald Trump. These are fog horns. He’s blaring it out. He wants the white nationalists to know that he’s on their side. And every time he has an opportunity to criticize, he always backs away. Like I said, his staff members will write him pretty words to read because they will be freaking out because it’s obvious that he is, of course, uniting with white nationalists in his words and his mindset, and then he will always pull back and he will always go back and said, 'You know what, they’re not so bad. There are bad people on both sides.' This is clear, what Donald Trump has been trying to do, and this past weekend we saw the result of it.”

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